By Meg Scheu
June 24, 1999
Even though costs may be rising with the summer temperatures and summer employment opportunities abound, summer school enrollment is holding steady, officials said yesterday.
About 3,179 students enrolled for the first session of summer school at the University this year, including graduate students.
"This is neck and neck with last year, despite low employment rate and opportunities for students," Summer Sessions Director Alton Taylor said.
Costs for summer school classes run at $136 per credit hour for in-state students, the same price as last year.